Is the approach of managing water through a community system dying?

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I am, at my very core, a centrist. No matter what subject, taking an extreme position at one end or an other rarely works. I like to describe this fondly as living in a world of grey, however bleak it might sound to an outside reader. I apply this ethos to almost every aspect of my ... Read More

6 Keys to Sustainable Permit Management in Water Utilities

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Permit management and more generally environmental compliance are a fundamental corporate goal of a water utility. But also one that is increasingly challenging to achieve, as the data to support this objective is generated across multiple functions and stored in disparate IT systems.<... Read More

As Cross-Border Water Pollution Worsens, Solutions Prove Elusive

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Decades ago, the saying was that “the solution to pollution is dilution.” Billions of people and tons of pollution fouling our water, air, and lands later, it is not so simple. The planet used to seem so vast and empty that we believed the raw waste we dumped, flushed or sent out a pipe could not... Read More

The Future of Water Regulations: Exploiting Data Effectively

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Compliance can often be seen as a production requirement. Instead, it should be seen as the product, and as such, as the core purpose of a water utility. Yet, there is often a disconnect between the spirit of regulations and their practical implementation on the ground. And this often results in ... Read More

Klir Partners with WaterStart and SNWA

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“The team here in Las Vegas Valley Water District is so cooperative, and they are incredibly open to what we are trying to do with them”, explains Cillian O’Neill, Customer Success Manager at Klir. Klir COO Elaine Kelly and Cillian arrived a few weeks ago in Sin City to kick off the asse... Read More